ASP.NET, difinativ security hack

While the exposure is far reaching and eminent, remediation is quiet simple. This of course in no way reduces the concerns over the potential losses posed by the crack. And once the hacker has the key, the possibilities are endless. It’s time for developers to start digging in a fixing their code.

POET breaks ASP.NET encryption

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